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Xtreme NO – Auto-Ship SCAM Report

Xtreme NO – Auto-Ship SCAM Report

Xtreme NO is marketed as “the world’s leading muscle builder”, but can it live up to this hype?

This supplement first came to my attention on Facebook, with an advert that linked to an advertorial featuring a few of Hollywoods leading men.

This peaked my interest but soon I realised that perhaps this supplement was not all that it was made out to be. For a start it is offered for trial, which in the past has been a front for auto-ship program that have left plenty of people significantly out of pocket.

Nevertheless I thought I would give Xtreme NO the benefit of the doubt, and would give it a fair review to see firstly to see if it could back up its impressive claims, and secondly whether it was a scam or not.

Read on to discover the truth about this trial offer.

Claimed benefits of Xtreme NO

Xtreme NO supposedly offers the following benefits:

  • Turbocharge muscle growth
  • Gain strength and endurance
  • All-day release for consistent results
  • Burn body fat quickly and easily

At first glance these claims sound incredible and no doubt there will be plenty of people who sign up for the trial without reading any further.

This is potentially a mistake as at the very least you should check to see if there is any proof of the claims, which means you should look to see what ingredients Xtreme NO is made from.

Ingredients found in Xtreme NO

While there is a link to the label at the very bottom of the sales page, it only links to one half of the label, with no ingredients listed.

There is mention of the following ingredients L-Arginine, Ketoioscaporate, L-Citroline and Ketoglutarate on its website, but there is no mention of their dosages or if there are any additional ingredients present.

Without this information there is a doubt in my mind regarding its claimed benefits. I suspect that perhaps they are a little over-exaggerated.

What does Xtreme NO cost?

Xtreme NO is listed as being a “free trial offer”, which will certainly get people interested. After all what have they got to lose?

Unfortunately there is no way of knowing how much Xtreme NO is going to cost you as the T&Cs don’t mention a price. If it is anything like previous trial offers we have reviewed then I would expect a small shipping payment to be expected when first signing up followed by another charge (usually) 14 days later.

Would we recommend Xtreme NO?

With a lack of ingredient or pricing information available it is impossible to recommend Xtreme NO.

These are the basics we need to know before making an informed decision. As things stand we do not know if it is effective or safe, or how much it really costs. My suggestion would be to look for an alternative.

Contact information for Xtreme NO

You can contact Xtreme NO using the following information:

UK: (020) 3006 2872
USA & International: (818) 303-9260

There is also an option to cancel the trial online. You should follow the link to their ‘contact us’ page for this option.

If you have signed up for this offer then I would love to hear what you thought about the trial. Please use the comment form below to leave your message.

Alternative to Xtreme NO

D-BalOur recommended alternative to Xtreme NO would be a supplement sold online by Crazy Bulk.

This particular supplement is called D-Bal and is has been designed to mimic the effects of the banned steroid Dianabol.

D-Bal offers its users the following benefits:

  • Strength and muscle gains
  • Fast results
  • Increased nitrogen retention
  • Increased blood flow
  • 100% legal and safe
  • No painful injections

As D-Bal is unavailable for trial the price you see is the price you pay, with no auto-shipping, so no hidden or repeat charges to contend with.

Click here to read our review of D-Bal!

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5 comments on "Xtreme NO – Auto-Ship SCAM Report"
  1. Hey,

    This free trial is a scam and despite initially agreeing to pay around £18, I’m now about £190 out of pocket.

    I’m not entirely sure it’s an auto ship scam however was simply over charged the full price of the product at a later date.

    If you have a link to the free trial page i’d be very grateful if you could share it!

    Thanks

    Reply
  2. Hey,

    Having initially agreed to pay £18 for the product I was charged around £190 at a later date to cover the price of the full product.

    I’m not sure its an auto ship scam as I havent received anything else however, the actual price was simply lied about when purchasing the product

    If you have a link to the free trial page/T & C’s, i’d be very grateful if you could send me it as its not disappeared. Thanks

    Reply
  3. Yep,

    I got the link from Men’s Health, so I figured it was probably reputable…. not so much. $5 shipping. A month later, $150 autoship scam. DO NOT TRUST.

    Reply
  4. Please do not use this product, you think it’s a free trial by paying around £5 for shipping but around 2 weeks later they take an extra £80 out of your account!!

    Reply
    • Hey will,

      The exact same thing happened to me and I’ve just received a debt letter , did you end up paying the £80 additional cost ?

      Reply
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